Happy Tuesday Nova Nation! Quick and dirty this morning as yours truly is running late. But the big news all week is going to be the decision of Reid Travis. Kentucky is his first stop, and if John Calipari has his way it will be his last. UK knows how to put on a show for recruits, but Villanova is the defending Champions and has a lot to offer. It’s gonna be a close one.
In the “news”, Cruitin’, Crootin’, and even some Recruiting. Oh, and the NBA is picking new players on Thursday. Enjoy!
Will Reid Travis ultimately choose Kentucky or Villanova? | Busting Brackets
Reid Travis is the best available player for 2018-19. Will he end up at either the Kentucky Wildcats or the Villanova Wildcats?
John Calipari makes interesting comment that may be related to Reid Travis | A Sea Of Blue
Could Reid Travis be a member of the team as soon as next week?
USA Basketball: Monday night standouts | Rivals
More updates from USA Basketball, including a number of Villanova recruits.
Isaiah Stewart Spills On Recruiting, Sets Peach Jam & Team USA Goals | FloHoops
Isaiah Stewart is hoping for a busy summer calendar, setting goals for Peach Jam, Team USA, and his recruitment.
Offseason questions for Way-Too-Early Top 25 teams | ESPN
Can Michigan State contend with a team built around Nick Ward? How will Mike Krzyzewski utilize Zion Williamson? Each Top 25 team has a pressing question to answer this summer.
NBA Draft 2018: Deandre Ayton, Luka Doncic Lead Final Top 100 | SI.com
After months of speculation and observation, draft night is nearly upon us. From blue-chippers to second-round sleepers, The Crossover’s Front Office reveals its final Top 100 rankings ahead of the 2018 NBA draft.
Mikal Bridges a ‘complete’ player and person, Villanova coach Jay Wright says | Newsday
Mikal Bridges, a potential target of the Knicks at No. 9 in Thursday’s NBA Draft, is more than just three-pointers and defense, says his college coach.
King of Kings league 'show within a show' | Utica Observer-Dispatch
UTICA — Long were the days when cars' high beams were used for light when King of Kings games went past sundown at Proctor Park.Those were part of the humble beginnings of what is now a popular pro-am summer basketball league in its 13th season - a league that has gone further than the scope of eight Utica-based teams. Villanova's Joe Cremo is leading one of the teams this summer.
Sixers' G League Affiliate, Blue Coats, Name Connor Johnson Head Coach | NBC 10 Philadelphia
The Sixers kept things within the organization when they announced Connor Johnson will be the new head coach of the Delaware Blue Coats.